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War photography depicts the terrors of war mingled with acts of sacrifice.
Photography was used to record historical information, but not always in the
optimistic way that was conceived at the advent of the medium. Since early
photographers were not able to create images of moving targets, they would
record more sedentary aspects of war, such as fortifications, soldiers, and land
before and after battle along with the re-creation of action scenes. Similar to
battle photography, portrait images of soldiers were also often staged. The proliferation of the photographic images allowed the public to
be well informed in the discourses of war. The advent of mass-reproduced images
of war were not only used to inform the public but they served as imprints of
the time and as historical recordings.